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Legend Trail

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

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This trail is filled with hills and down trees. As long with some puddles hear and there. Also some on the edge parts of the trails, very wooded. Wildlife and the trail follows the creek.
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Latitude
42.00058028502906
Longitude
-80.33288955688477
Trail Directions
From Fairview on route 20. Stay on route 20 all the way into Girard until you get to Country Fair, which is on the right and kwick fill on the left. Go past the light and after passing country fair and williams motor sports on the right, immediatly start to slow down and make a left to turn down a road that is on your left which says beaver paint. It will take you to a bridge that has clapsed and the trail will be hidden on your right going down the hill.
Trail Length
4 to 5 approx. Miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Girard
Zip/Postal Code
16417
Country
United States
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Review Date
April 2, 2005

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Trek800Sport ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
This trail has some prickers that can hurt but overall a fun trail to ride with friends. You can stop and enjoy the creek at Boro Park and there are hills for all skills. For the more advanced riders there's a trail that goes a long the fence by a sewer plant then go down the road on your left and across from the softball fields there is a hiden trail that takes you down a pretty challenging hill to the pavillions. And once you get to a bridge from riding the trails by the pavillions which is called whiteman's.

Recommended Route:
You can stop and enjoy the creek at Boro Park and there are hills for all skills. For the more advanced riders there's a trail that goes a long the fence by a sewer plant then go down the road on your left and across from the softball fields there is a hiden trail that takes you down a pretty challenging hill to the pavillions. And once you get to a bridge from riding the trails by the pavillions which is called whiteman's.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
there is a trail a few miles down the road from whiteman's bridge. you take the road on the left until you get to a road called west middle road then when you get to that road follow it until you see a trail on your right which is a old railroad bed. you can ride that trail all the way to the rail road tracks and if you were a serious bike rider which likes alot of challenging trails ride the railroad tracks to the left but make sure you know the area first and there will be trails along the edge of the woods which we call eagle's nest. Also if you go across the railroad tracks along the bridge and cross the road on a dirt road and keep staying on that and don't make any turns on any other roads and go straight there is a hill for advanced riders and trails all through there which lead you to elk creek access.



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